The Cremation of Care mock human sacrifice photo inside the Bohemian Grove. Mark Dice obtained this photo on ebay when a set of photos were put up for sale from the estate a dead Bohemian Grove member named Victor Campogno.
An older photo of the Cremation of Care, also from the personal collection of Victor Campogno.
This image came from page 131 of the Bohemian Grove Annals (volume 7) and was taken in 1990. The Annals of the Bohemian Grove are an official yearbook given only to members which chronicle the current activities in the grove, as well as giving a history of the club and its activities and members.
The San Fransisco Chronicle published this photo in 2005 of Bohemian Grove members wearing black robes with hoods.
In 2004, National Geographic published this photo of a 1915 Cremation of Care ritual taken by Gabriel Moulin and included a caption below the photo explaining the picture. “To purge himself of worldly concerns, a member of the elite Bohemian Club participated in a 1915 Cremation of Care ceremony—complete with candles and a robed and hooded comrade to guide him. This private club of influential men still meets annually north of San Francisco and uses this symbolic ritual to kick off its summer retreat. But today the ceremony involves burning a mummy-like effigy named Care at the foot of the group’s mascot: a 40-foot-tall (12-meter-tall) concrete owl.”
This photo of a person being hung came from the official Bohemian Grove Annals, which areare books that are given to members that contain historical photos of the club.
This 1908 pictures shows an African American boy's body being carried out, possibly to be burned for the Cremation of Care.
This is a still photo from Alex Jones film "Dark Secrets: Inside Bohemian Grove" which shows the entire Cremation of Care ritual. Jones snuck into the grove in July of 2000 and was able to capture the ritual on video for the first time.
This is one of the first photos of Molech and the Cremation of Care to be released to the public. It came from a brochure that was smugled out by the Bohemian Grove Action Network, a left-wing group that has been protesting the grove for decades.
Another older photo of Molech from the estate of Victor Campogno.
An old Cremation of Care photo also from Campogno's estate.
Breakfast at Owls Nest Camp, Bohemian Grove, July 23, 1967. Around the table, left to right: Preston Hotchkis, California Governor Ronald W. Reagan, Harvey Hancock (standing), Vice President Richard M. Nixon, Glenn Seaborg, Jack Sparks, (unidentified individual), (unidentified individual), and Edwin Pauley. Courtesy of Edward W. Carter (deceased).
Geoge W. Bush and his father George Herbert Walker Bush in the grove giving a Lakeside Talk.
Earl Warren, the Chairman of the Warren Commission that "investigated" the assasination of John F. Kennedy is seated on the far left in this picture which shows him and others seated in front of Molech.
This photo was taken by Mark Dice's friend Chris Jones who worked at the Bohemian Grove during the summer of 2005.
Chris Jones took this photo of Molech during the day while he worked at the club in 2005.
Another angle of Molech that Christook.
An artists depiction of a sacrifice to Molech as anchient cultures in the middle east used to perform.
Another rendering of a sacrifice to Molech.
Molech in artwork.